cartoon above by Kevin Siers from the Charlotte Observer.
A special exhibit coming soon . . .
Bathroom Humor: National Cartoonists Take On HB2 August 10 – September 25
North Carolina’s “Bathroom Bill” inspired debate across the country on restroom access and transgender rights. Here, several dozen members of the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists have their say on both sides of this hot-button issue. This exhibit will be displayed in a 20 x 10 footspace here at the Bull City Arts Collaborative that is usually a work space). We are stoked to display this work and share it with visitors. We're even going to put a fresh coat of paint on the walls so the work really shines.
September's foyer gallery show . . .
How I Learned to Draw: Cartoons from Five Decades by V.C. Rogers
V. Cullum Rogers traces his artistic growth from rank amateurism to near-competence through a selection of political cartoons from the Durham Morning Herald (1977-88), the Indy (1997- ) and other publications.
CONVENTION OF POLITICAL CARTOONISTS!
“How I Learned to Draw” and “Bathroom Humor” are being shown in conjunction with the Association of American Editorialist Cartoonist's national convention in Durham on Sept. 21-24. Should be a fun time to be out and about. No doubt the bar scene at last call around town should be interesting.
October's foyer gallery show . . .
Transcendental Concord. Photographs by Lisa McCarty.
Lisa will be giving a talk here, likely on Thursday October 13, as part of her photography show which is itself a part of the fifth annual and month-long Click Photography Festival.